The Michigan Insurance Coalition is a Lansing-based, state property-casualty trade association. MIC’s members are insurers who annually underwrite more than $3 billion in insurance premiums in Michigan. Most of MIC’s members have their national headquarters located right here in Michigan — proudly employing thousands of Michigan residents directly and contracting with thousands of individual agents to help serve their customers.
The Michigan insurance industry employs more than 60,000 people.
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National Underwriter By Mark E. Ruquet The employment picture for the insurance industry reflects the same downward trends the U.S. economy has experienced, but the numbers are better than overall U.S. employment declines. In an analysis issued by the Insurance Information Institute, as of July 2010, the property and casualty insurance industry was down by […]